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Bass Pro Shops does I again!
Just when I became hooked on the yum dingers bass pro proves they are not a side show when it comes to tackle and baits. Last night I bought a pack in the junebug color, same color I have in the yum dingers. Today I caught some of the biggest bass I've ever caught in my life with them. I feel like I've hit a small lottery being that these worms work perfectly and you get 16 in a pack. I'm in heaven right now!
September 13, 2012
While on a trip to Cayuga Lake NY, we stopped in BPS in Auburn, shopped around for some new things to try, its always nice to see them in person rather then looking at them on-line, i came across these Stick-o worms and i thought id give them a try, what a suprise when i used these, i fished it Texes style w/ a 5/0 gamakatsu hook and a 1/16 oz weight, while watching these bait fall the tail end gave a slight shake which i think realy inticed the fish to bit, i got home after that weekend and was on-line already ordering more for our trip to Lake Ontario, i will be useing these over the over priced ones, i would deffinatly recommend everyone to at least give them a try, the price isnt too bad either
September 5, 2012
Lot of worms for the money
I've used them, caught some fish with them, so they're fine with me. Pretty close to what I've been using, except for the worm groove.
September 4, 2012
Caught tons of bass on this lure, i like to let it fall all the way to the bottom, lift slowly then let it fall again; feeling for strikes the whole time. Watch your line and when it starts to move fast then you need to set the hook. This is much cheaper than the dinger or senko. Holds up well and catches fish! Use the crawberry color.
September 3, 2012
I've used Crawberry early in the morning when the sun is just peaking over the horizon and also when there is a cloudy overcast and it works well. Later in evening darker....such as june bug or all black works well. On a clear day...stick with natural colors....like bluegill or shad. Look at the baitfish in the pond so you know what colors to mimic with your worms.
the gary yamamotos are much better in quality, weight, action and the yamamotos are the only senko so far to have a vertical fall when rigged texas, and for me catch a fish for every dollar i spend on them or more
the bass pros are cheaper but do not fall vertically when rigged texas style, i would only reccomend fishing these wacky
I prefer the action of the Stick-O rigged wacky over the Senko, because they have a quicker action. However, the opposite is true when used weightless or Texas rigged. The Stick-O is definitely more durable!
Both have the same durability problems when wacky rigged, the Stik-O is a little lighter so has a slower rate of sinking. Since trying the Stik-O it has replaced most of my others...price is the big advantage...and there are a few different color combinations offered in the Stik-O that I have found to be good.
they arent quite as "floppy" as the senko which is what i started with but after catching thousands of bass over the last three years with stik-o worms ill never go back they last through way more fish
In my opinion they have the same action and rate of descent as a gy senko.as far as durability I think the hold up much better.Save yourself some money and switch over to these I don't think you'll be disappointed.
the senko may have a little better action on the drop, but the stik-o makes up for it with more durability abd WAY better pricing. I stock up at sale time at the start of the year, and do very well on both buckets and smallies
I just switched over from Senkos to Stik-O for the purpose of saving money and I will say they are just as good as far as catching fish goes. The Senko is a bit heavier but no by much. I get longer casts with the Senko. I'd say that durability is roughly the same. The Senko may be a tad more durable in the weeds. I fished two consecutive days with the Stik-O and caught 40+ bass. Two were over 5 lbs, one 4 ponder, and lots of 2 and 3 pounders. I really like the green (any shade) stik-Os the best. Here's my first fish of the year using a Stik-O
I think that when I use the 5 3/8 and compare it to the five inch Senko it is as fast, maybe faster. I don't think it has the same action on the fall. When compared with a six inch Senko the Stik-o is slower on the fall. I also struggle with the durability, I hate to say it but the original is still better.